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Countries of Europe Quiz

Name the countries that are generally considered to be part of Europe.
Stars indicate EU members
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Last updated: February 16, 2019
First submittedMarch 26, 2012
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Country
 
Albania
 
Andorra
Austria
 
Belarus
Belgium
 
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
Czech
Republic
(Cyprus)
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
 
Country
Greece
Hungary
 
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
 
Kosovo
Latvia
 
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
 
Moldova
 
Monaco
 
Montenegro
Netherlands
 
North
Macedonia
 
Country
 
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
 
Russia
 
San Marino
 
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
 
Switzerland
 
Ukraine
United
Kingdom
 
Vatican City
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level 43
Nov 7, 2014
love this quiz
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level 45
Nov 8, 2014
Kazakhstan and Turkey should probably be added as part of their land area is in Europe. Cyprus, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia -> probably not
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level 61
Dec 2, 2016
Kazakhstan and Turkey are culturally Asian, and Kazakhstan is seldom considered part of Europe.
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level 17
Nov 18, 2014
100% and 3:34 to go!
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level 20
Apr 17, 2019
100% and 3:27 to go! I could've done better if not for my typos I have every once in a while :D
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level 40
Nov 27, 2014
100% with 3:51 left. :)
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level 20
May 28, 2018
4:12 come at me
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level 21
Dec 1, 2014
3:48 left :)
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level 56
Dec 17, 2014
montenegro and kosovo werent countries when i was in school... also i seem to remember that half of cyprus belonged to europe...
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level 51
Jan 9, 2018
You must've been in school a while ago. Montenegro has been independent for twelve years now; Kosovo for ten. When you were in school, Pluto was a planet and (most likely) either Clinton or Bush was president. Are those still true nowadays?
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level 44
Mar 22, 2018
Kosovo is still not recognized as independent in the UN. Serbia does not recognize their independence, therefore the UN doesn't. So, evacooper does have a point with Kosovo. As for Cyprus, Northern Cyprus (Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus) is only recognized as independent by Turkey, while the Republic of Cyprus is in the EU.
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level 56
Mar 28, 2018
While it's true that the UN does not recognize Kosovo, pretty much all of Western Europe does (with the exception of Spain) as well as other western countries such as the US, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Singapore etc.
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level 26
Jul 13, 2018
redcardinal18, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and Singapore usually aren't geographically western. They're usually considered eastern.
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level 64
Aug 15, 2018
Azerk, while that's correct for Japan, South Korea and Singapore, Australia (while geographically technically Eastern Hemisphere) is considered a Western Country. Our political history is tied to UK, with our major alliances with Western Europe and North America. Same goes for trade partners (currently), migration routes (immigration and emigration) and language/culture. While there is a huge misconception at the moment that the Asians immigration rate is higher than the birth rate and 'the Asians are taking over', this is only true in the major cities, namely Sydney and Melbourne - minor cities, coastal areas and rural areas are still very 'Western' (read: European).
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level 76
Nov 22, 2019
Aesthus, Harry Truman was president when I was born. There have been "a few" changes to the world map since then, but this site has helped me keep up with the country changes - still can't manage all the capitals, though.
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level 23
Jan 2, 2015
45/45 with 2:15 remaining. also forgot cyprus
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level 15
Jan 15, 2015
Grey means it is not a country.
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level 54
Jan 19, 2015
100% with 3:47 left. Surprised to see that 95% knew about Denmark. I remember one time in LA I was in a cab, when some woman crashed her car into us, clearly not paying any attention. While we were waiting for a new cab, she asked us where we were from. We answered Denmark and after a couple of seconds of hesitation she said: 'Oh, that's in Germany, right?'
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level 44
Oct 12, 2016
yes, thats how americans, in general, are... a bit below average. a few years ago i worked for 6 months in NY, and one time was talking about traveling and looking at the office map, with an american co-worker, then he pointed to Greenland and said a never visited this bit of Canada...i was terribly shocked, but managed to say "friend....that's Greenland it belongs to Denmark", and to increase even more my shock face, he asked "who are they?" to what i answered "Friend i have a lot of work to do with you before getting back to Portugal"...now he knows about geography, and already visited, Denmark (3 or 4 times), the Foroe islands and "that bit of Canada" (Greenland, for not americans), and ended up marring with a Norwegian gril that he met on Denmark. This guy was well educated guy with a PHD in mathemathics, so i was not expecting that.
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level 76
Dec 2, 2016
Thank you, Kalbahamut. A run-in with one or two people in a country who don't know geography does not mean the remaining 300,000,000+ people are the same. Remember that about half the people of every country are below average in any given subject, which means that about half are above average in that subject. Apparently Blaugrana and Arn met some of the lower 49%.
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level 42
Dec 2, 2016
Must be nice to live on a continent with sooooo many other countries that are EASILY accessible by train. Unlike us poor "below average" Americans who "don't know geography". We have all of Canada and Mexico. Instead of being snotty about how much geography you "know" maybe you should just shut it and be grateful you are from a place where travel is easy and relativity inexpensive.
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level 77
Dec 3, 2016
dcher: exactly. They don't. Just like the average American doesn't know which amorphous blob Hungary is. These things are roughly analogous. On the other hand, while traveling about Europe, I've lost count of how many times Europeans from neighboring countries have not known where I was when I told them I was in Thessaloniki, or Sofia, or Skopje, or Odessa, or Iasi, or Minsk, or Kiev, or Riga, or Vilnius, or Malmo, or Krakow, or even St Petersburg. I can't imagine being in the United States and being in any city of comparable size and an American not knowing where I was.
I also get asked probably 10-15x a week where I drove here from. So far over the course of 2 years of receiving this question I've had exactly 2 Europeans know that Bahrain is a country and where it is.
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level 77
Dec 3, 2016
ander: to be fair, MOST people are horrible at geography. Americans included. The average person just does not care. But Americans are no worse at geography than anyone else. In my experience they're even slightly better.
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level 45
Dec 5, 2016
I think it would be hard to gather meaningful statistical evidence of any correlation between nationality and geographical knowledge. We'll all suffer confirmation bias. Even were I not sceptical of kalbahamut's 'thousands' of examples, which I am, the plural of 'anecdote' is still not 'data'. One statistic I find interesting is the percentage of USA'ers (not a great term, but I'm no longer happy lumping them in with all other 'Americans') who have passports. According to https://goo.gl/aPCx7D, less than half. But let's not be too quick to judge. Think of the astonishing range of adventure, culture and geography available to any citizen of the USA WITHOUT requiring a passport, and how far you can travel on an intra-national roadtrip. I suspect that many of those criticizing the septics for their ignorance never do anything so adventurous. It's very easy right now to be critical of Americans. Trivial, in fact. Just make sure you don't end up being what you claim to despise.
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level 38
Dec 6, 2016
You must have learnt yur spelling and gramir from us Mericans. Even us low average idiots can spelling "girl" propurly. Maybe even "I" and some gramir fixings.
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level 42
Dec 17, 2016
Yes sometimes my friends can't even remember where France is and they always wear those Paris shirts.
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level 44
Dec 24, 2016
Hey let some Americans speak for themselves! I am a proud American (and Indian) who has gone to the State Geography Bee 3 times (4th thru 6th) and I can defend myself saying that I am not like the rest of the Americans. It is true that the Geography Bee was created because of American geographical ignorance.
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level 77
Mar 28, 2018
American is the most correct term because it's the term that most effectively conveys your intended meaning. Don't be ignorant.

Fewer than half of all Americans have a valid passport. This includes those whose passports have expired. So what? What does this have to do with having knowledge of geography?

I spent a year working in South Korea working alongside Brits, Kiwis, Canadians, etc. I would chat with in the break room. Every single day at work I would converse in English with young students on a range of subjects including geography. Average class size was 8-15 students. I taught five classes a day and the classes would change monthly.
I spent six years living and teaching in Saudi Arabia, 2 years working for a British company where I was the only American, working with many Brits, South Africans, Australians, Norwegians, Nigerians, Filipinos, Egyptians, Syrians, Jordanians, Sudanese, Pakistanis, Indians, Germans, etc.
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level 77
Mar 28, 2018
Every single work day for six years I would spend 4-8 hours a day engaged in conversation with students on a variety of subjects including geography. Classes schedules changed on a weekly basis. I can't calculate how many different students I interacted with. In my free time, living in a Saudi neighborhood in Riyadh, and later in a neighborhood full of mostly Asian and African expats in Bahrain, avoiding Western expat enclaves, most of the time being the only American around, I would routinely speak with people who would ask me where I was from or want to talk about where they were from.
I left Saudi Arabia and Bahrain in 2014 and began driving. I've been traveling full time since then for almost 4 years. Never spending more than 3 months in the same place. I stay with people I meet through Couch Surfing, or I'll sleep at hostels full of other (mostly European) travelers. I tutored many different European/Turkish/Israeli students along the way.
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level 77
Mar 28, 2018
I'd meet new people at hostels, through Couch Surfing, on OK Cupid or Tinder, through AirBNB, or just out and about. This has been my life every day since September 2014. Often moving locations every few days. Constantly meeting new people.

You still think I've not had hundreds if not thousands of personal experiences with this? Almost every *single* person I met while living as an expat and traveling the past 12 years has asked me where I was from. You think I haven't met 200 people since the beginning of 2007? The "hundreds if not thousands" of experiences claim I made was modest if anything. I've probably got tens of thousands of data points in my head that confirm that people outside of America are horrible at geography, moreso than Americans.

and, yes, I agree 100% we all suffer from confirmation bias. But as I pointed out above my original bias was believing in the bullpoop cliche that Americans are bad at geography. That's what I expected. But it's not so.
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level 24
Aug 30, 2018
Not true. I am American, and I placed high in state and national geography bees, and I'm fascinated by it.
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level 71
Sep 3, 2018
Europeans have a few dozen counties in the same area as one REGION of the US. Let's talk about European and Australian grasp of geography, shall we? We'll host visitors from various folks across the pond or Down Under, and ask them about their vacation plans. Them: "Well, we want to see Niagara Falls, Disney World, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Grand Canyon, and – oh, Alaska". Me: "Wow! How long will you be here?" Them: "A whole week!" Me: 😳
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level 45
Aug 16, 2019
Bet you wouldn’t be as surprised if some European didn’t know exactly where Belize is for example
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level 44
Dec 4, 2016
@dcher States are not the same as countries. Knowing all the US states would be like knowing all the swiss cantons or italian regions.
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level 77
Mar 29, 2018
This is false. But a common chauvunistic and bigoted belief amongst some. Not all countries are equal. Think of it this way. If all countries really are exactly equivalent... let's say person A can name every city in the country of Monaco, and person B can name every city in China. You are saying that these two people have a comparable amount of geographic knowledge. And... even if it were true that having a comprehensive knowledge about US states were not equivalent to having a comprehensive knowledge about the continent of Europe (it's not true), that is actually immaterial as, amazingly, many Europeans really don't know much about other European countries, either. A Frenchman, for example, probably knows a good bit about France. And they might know some stuff about Germany and the UK and Belgium. But.... press them for information about Ukraine? Greece? Belarus? You'll get a lot of blank stares. On average.
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level 20
May 28, 2018
Yeah nobody remembers estonia, moldova, kaliningrad,andorra, liechtenstein,monaco and to some extent even san marino and vatican. I was talking with a friend about europe and then some random guy starts talking about Tallinn,Riga and Vilnius(the capitals of the baltics), And then he says this:"the USSR sure does have some great cities!" And in my mind i think that hes been oblivious since literally the collapse of the USSR.
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level 76
Nov 22, 2019
I was in New York City once and people kept asking me where I was from. I told them I lived in Missouri. They looked puzzled so I started saying I lived a few hours south of St. Louis. One said, "That's somewhere in the middle, isn't it?" Finally I told one I lived sort of between St. Louis and Memphis. He said, "Memphis? Graceland? Elvis??? Yeah, I know where that is!" Then he looked at me suspiciously and said, "That's in Tennessee. You said you were from Missouri." I explained that Missouri connects to Tennessee. He still looked at me suspiciously as he walked away. So, no, not all Americans know geography beyond their own areas, either, except when it comes to the really important things like Elvis.
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level 57
Feb 13, 2015
When did you annex Crimean peninsula to Russia? It is legally part of Ukraine. Ask anyone in EU or Ukraine.
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level 55
Aug 20, 2019
Why don't you ask someone in Crimea? I don't think opinion of someone in EU is relevant at all :)
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level 7
Mar 5, 2015
100% and 1:24 on the clock and I am only 14
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level 43
Jan 25, 2017
100% with 1:45 and I am only 9
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level 22
May 7, 2019
1:08 and i am only 11
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level 42
Feb 14, 2017
100% 3:00 on the clock and im 11
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level 22
Nov 5, 2018
100% with 4:47 on the clock and I'm 3
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level 22
May 7, 2019
100% 1:08 and i am only 11
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level 58
Aug 8, 2019
100% with 3:99 on clock and am only 2 year old!!!!!! you stupid!!!
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level 24
Mar 16, 2015
Got 100% with 2:57 to spare!!!
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level 14
Mar 29, 2015
all with 1:50 spare
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level 34
Apr 3, 2015
100% with 2:23 seconds to spare :-) :-) ;-)
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level 40
Apr 5, 2015
100% result and 1:44 minutes left
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level 36
Apr 8, 2015
100%. First try. One of the easiest quizzes on Jetpunk.
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level 75
Sep 12, 2018
Right up there with # of days in the months (multiple answer fill), name the planets and the 7 Dwarves.
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level 8
Apr 10, 2015
all of them with 13 seconds left
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level 32
Apr 22, 2015
Would be good if the country list was randomised, I had only three I couldn't think of, made it easy to complete when I could see what letter they would begin with. Great quiz though
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level 8
Apr 23, 2015
all of them with 2:52 left
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level 18
Apr 28, 2015
All of Europe in 2:57... good job, Icy Chill.
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level 59
May 3, 2015
2.05 left. I like that the map colours the countries as you name them, because maybe, if I do this quiz often enough, I'll be able to locate all the former Yugoslov countries! I can name them all fine, but finding them.....tricky.
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level 34
May 14, 2015
100% with 2:56 left first try niiiiceeeee
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level 22
May 20, 2015
finished 100% with 2:49 left!
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level 61
Jun 1, 2015
How do you add a map to a quiz?
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level 60
Jul 7, 2015
The QM does that for you. Sorry, you can't.
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level 58
Aug 8, 2019
👀
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level 59
Jun 4, 2015
Strictly by geographical reason, the quiz is accurate; although we usually include armenia, georgia, azerbaijan, cyprus (and maybe turkey) in the european maps, geographically none of them is located in european lands.
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level 23
Aug 23, 2018
Most of Iceland (including the capital city) belongs geologically to the continent of North America. We should be excluded in this quiz just like Turkey and Cyprus.
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level 25
Mar 15, 2019
Yes, but for historical, cultural, and political reasons it is in just about every sense considered European. Plus, when looking at a map it is obviously in Europe. Tectonic plates do not strictly define which continent a country is in.
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level 60
Jul 7, 2015
Quizmaster, please fix the map. It's sligtly bulging to the right. Thanks!
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level ∞
Jul 7, 2015
The map is fine. It's not Mercator projection, though.
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level 60
Sep 10, 2015
Ok, the new update makes it better.
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level 39
Jul 28, 2015
Always thought Cyprus,Turkey,Armenia,Georgia & Azerbaijan were European.
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level 40
Mar 26, 2017
They aren't. Europeans only consider them to be part of europe. They all lie east or south of the Europe and Asia border.
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level 71
Sep 5, 2018
You forget Kazakhstan
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level 38
Aug 20, 2015
Does everyone have to debate about Cyprus on every quiz here?? Please make a "Eurasia" quiz so that people can shut up about this!! Of course, somebody will probably want to put Cyprus in Africa in that case... LOL
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level 49
Mar 22, 2017
Amen
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level 44
Apr 26, 2017
If that happens, just make an Afro-Eurasia quiz.
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level 38
Jun 5, 2017
Or make an Oceania-Afro-Eurasia quiz to get rid of East Timor's and Papua New Guinea's problem too.
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level 20
Aug 3, 2017
At that point you'd may as well just do the whole world
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level 15
Mar 18, 2018
kwind4444 but then someone will try to add the moon so you might as well do the whole solar system
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level 77
Mar 28, 2018
It's a JetPunk tradition.
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level 58
Sep 9, 2018
Well, Cyprus is on the African Continental Plate... (I think)
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level 61
Sep 30, 2015
Finally improved from 04:22 to 04:23! Toughest than I thought.
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level 61
Sep 30, 2015
04:24! I almost get crazy but I improved it again hahaha :D
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level 61
Oct 14, 2015
04:27
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level 16
Mar 4, 2017
I did it with 5:01 spare time. Very tough but I did it
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level 51
May 18, 2017
*psh* That's nothing. I did it with 99:99 left over and I'm just a fetus!
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level 37
Oct 6, 2015
Turkey is in Europe AND Asia. Shouldn't it be on the quiz?
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level 33
Dec 2, 2016
I would say Turkey is an Asian country, as a Norwegian. When you have countries like that, which can be difficult to decide, you have to look at more general factors, which I definitely would say is language and culture. Turkish is a lot more similar to langauges spoken on the Western border of Turkey, and those countries are in Asia. And Turkey is an Islamic country, which also is very West-Asian.
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level 58
Oct 11, 2017
Yes, the Byzantine empire had a lot of roots from and influence in European history, but once Constantinople became Istanbul, it became more attuned to West-Asian culture.
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level 33
Oct 7, 2015
completed all except for one when there's still 3 min left, then i just sat there for one minute to realize i forgot russia......
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level 19
Nov 2, 2015
What about Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazahkstan and Israel?
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level 61
Feb 28, 2016
Those are part of the UEFA but not of Europe.
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level 37
Nov 14, 2015
2:10 remaining not too bad :p
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level 25
Dec 5, 2015
I find it quite ironic that Turkey wants to get into the E.U., yet only around 20% of it is geographically in Europe.
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level 43
Jan 28, 2016
Cyprus is part of the EU, yet 0% of it is geographically in Europe.
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level 16
Oct 27, 2017
Europe is a political group,not just geographical.
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level 63
Nov 23, 2019
Right, just like asia is a political group?...
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level 25
Nov 7, 2017
More like 4 % of Turkey is in Europe, not even close to 20.
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level 43
Nov 11, 2017
Europe in Turkey is only the northwest part with Istanbul.
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level 39
Jan 10, 2016
2:23 remaining :)
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level 25
Jan 15, 2016
Can't believe I forgot San Marino :(
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level 46
Feb 17, 2016
Cyprus is part of Europe. Not the Middle East!
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level 45
Mar 10, 2016
Not geographically it's not and assuming this is a geography quiz that's quite important...
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level 19
Aug 24, 2017
Geographically, it's middle eastern.
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level 19
Feb 21, 2016
Missed only Kosovo, which isn't even a country!
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level 60
Feb 23, 2016
I presume you're a Serb?
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level 42
Sep 3, 2018
He don't have to be Serb, just thinking human
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level 60
Feb 23, 2016
If not, what reasoning do you have?
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level 47
Mar 10, 2016
If he isn't Serbian I would guess the reason would be it isn't a member of the United Nations.
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level 37
Dec 18, 2017
Western Sahara could regain its independence but refuse to be a member of the UN and it would still be a country.
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level 15
Feb 20, 2018
If you live in the United States, the U.S. recognizes Kosovo as a country.
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level 77
Aug 14, 2018
And if you don't live in the United States, the US still recognizes Kosovo as a country.
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level 54
May 24, 2016
Came here ~30 minutes ago and got about 60%. Six tries later, I finally got them all. I know, I know, shame on me, but at least I'm trying to get them down!
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level 8
May 26, 2016
So, is Cyprus part of Asia or Europe, because you can find it on each of the Europe map quiz and the Asia map quiz?
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level 19
Aug 24, 2017
It's highly debated. Geographically, it's middle eastern.
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level 22
Feb 9, 2018
yea, i just googled it tho found out that geographically it is in the middle east, since it is part of Turkey. Buuuuutttt historically and culturally it is a European country. And if you google Cyprus, it will literally say it is a middle eastern country.
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level 42
Sep 3, 2018
It's member of European Union
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level 61
Feb 20, 2018
Cyprus is in the European Union and in the eurozone and therefore uses the euro as their currency. Geographically and on Jetpunk quizzes, it is in Asia (Middle East to be exact), because it is nearby... As for Northern Cyprus though: "In 1983 the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) declared independence, although Turkey is the only country that recognizes it. The international community considers the TRNC's territory as Turkish-occupied territory of the Republic of Cyprus."
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level 53
Feb 20, 2018
Cyprus is not only culturally european -Greeks inhabited the island for thousand of years- but also part of the European Union. It definitely does not 'belong' to Turkey. To the person who said he/she googled stuff - maybe you should read more carefully
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level 15
Feb 20, 2018
Cookiecrumbler, Cyprus is not part of Turkey. It is an independent island nation.
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level 25
Jun 19, 2016
Venice. Venice. VENICE! Nope, that elusive last one was Vatican. Apologies to the 800-odd people I dishonoured...
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level 72
Jun 24, 2016
Which continent shall we put the UK into now?
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level 77
Dec 3, 2016
The UK voted to leave the EU. Not Europe.

Aside: it's so weird now the EU to many people here is synonymous with Europe. It seems to me like the issue many people try to make with the USA being referred to as "America," except in this case it's actually a legitimate slight. Because while nobody is confused when you call the United States "America," referring to the EU as "Europe" to the exclusion of all non-EU countries (and sometimes, confusingly, to the exclusion of non-Schengen countries in the EU) is very confusing!
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level 69
Feb 16, 2017
Lots of confusions arise from calling the USA just "America".
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level 51
May 18, 2017
@rocamorar +1
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level 38
Sep 19, 2017
Pardon my ignorance in trying to make common sense out of nonsense, but when I read European Union, I assume that it is a Union of EUROPEAN States. By that measure, I believe that it is wise for England to withdraw from the Union because the UK is as much a part of Europe as Cyprus is.
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level 77
Oct 16, 2017
roca: no, it doesn't. Aesthus: -1. Your current total is -5,467 if you're keeping score.
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level 77
Oct 16, 2017
and diva: we'd be happy to pardon your ignorance if it didn't inform your voting behavior.
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level 51
Dec 7, 2017
Wow, kalbahamut. You managed to disagree with a +1 comment. We've raised this debate before (the Ages and Eras Quiz, specifically) and the result was inconclusive to say the least, but nevertheless you seem to have walked away from the argument thinking you had won. You do that a lot.
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level 77
Mar 28, 2018
I win arguments a lot.
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level 16
Mar 4, 2017
Jerry, are you thick? There are many countries in Europe not in the EU. Switzerland, for example, is not in the EU. Neither is Norway.
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level 38
Sep 19, 2017
And you point is? - It is the European Union: The Union of European States; it does not say the Union of ALL European States.
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level 77
Aug 14, 2018
Is the EU a continent?
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level 21
Jul 3, 2016
UK isn't in Europe
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level 15
Feb 20, 2018
The United Kingdom IS, in fact, located geographically in Europe. However, it may not be in the EU anymore, which means the European Union. That basically means it's not in a European alliance.
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level 45
Jun 12, 2018
Also it will no longer be in the European trading bloc, the free movement zone and lose many other things.
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level 68
Sep 14, 2018
UK is part of the continent of Rockall.
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level 63
Nov 23, 2019
@eaah so, whereis it then, in america?
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level 43
Jul 26, 2016
yeah got all but one Andorra. Not even from europe from New Zealand
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level 65
Aug 31, 2016
3:55 remaining first try :D
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level 45
Aug 31, 2016
Got %100 with 3:35 left
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level 3
Sep 18, 2016
41/45 $$$$$$ winning, we're two 11 year olds from LOST VEGAASSSSS
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level 22
Feb 3, 2018
so what, im from NY and got 45/45
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level 12
Oct 1, 2016
i had 5 to go but i failed
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level 34
Oct 13, 2016
Malta was my downfall, 44/45
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level 17
Feb 16, 2018
Same
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level 47
Oct 29, 2016
UK isn't in the EU anymore...Brexit
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level 63
Nov 10, 2016
It hasn't Brexited yet. Also, it is, and always will be in Europe geographically, which is what the quiz is all about.
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level 59
Nov 10, 2016
He probably means the stars which indicate EU countries, although as correctly stated we haven't left the EU and probably won't for years yet.
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level 38
Feb 20, 2018
Leaving in 2019.
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level 24
Nov 10, 2016
I only got 44/45 I suck at geography even though I'm 11.
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level 68
Dec 2, 2016
4:09 left... man, my fingers hurt now.
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level 36
Dec 2, 2016
Austria, Belarus, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Macedonia, Malta, Monaco, Romania
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level 56
Oct 16, 2017
Any reason why you've named a handful or seemingly-random countries?
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level 30
Dec 2, 2016
kazakhstan shouldn be part of europe cause its stuck in between russia and china. azerbaijan and turkey should be though. turkey is officialy part of europe from istanbul onwards
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level 15
Feb 20, 2018
Kazakhstan is not included in this quiz and also, Kazakhstan is not between Russia and China, Mongolia is. Kazakhstan borders Russia for all of its Northern border, but borders China to most of the Southeast. On the South, it borders 3 other countries, hence it is not between Russia and China.
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level 44
Dec 2, 2016
Guys come on! Why is everyone fighting if Cyprus, Turkey, the Caucuses, and Kazakhstan being in Europe or Asia. Everyone has good reasons for either side, but all of us know that we won't reach any consensus. Let's either agree to disagree or not argue at all. And also, why is this even a big deal in the first place? Think about it, we are fighting about a arbitrary line that doesn't even literally split the continent
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level 56
Oct 16, 2017
Don't be silly - didn't you know that being sensible and reasonable and having some perspective isn't allowed on this website...? :-)
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level 43
Dec 2, 2016
4:04 first try
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level 76
Dec 3, 2016
Czech republic and Cyprus are out of alphabetical order.
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level 19
Jun 30, 2017
I think Cyprus is at the end of the C's because it's debatable whether it's in Europe and Quizmaster gives us Cyprus as an answer. :)
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level 15
Dec 3, 2016
Nailed this quiz. 2,22 left! yes!
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level 13
Dec 4, 2016
I got 100% with 3.15 minutes to spare.Below European average though... :(
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level 32
Dec 5, 2016
44/45 I kept trying to put Ethiopia instead of Estonia, I always get those two mixed up.
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level 24
Dec 5, 2016
gg 1:40
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level 67
Dec 5, 2016
When I had to test my daughter on the countries of Europe I forced myself to learn them all and locate them on the map. The map in my head still had Yugoslavia! I know them all now thanks to jetpunk!
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level 12
Dec 18, 2016
I found that really hard but it does help Thanks jetpunk!☺️
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level 15
Jan 15, 2017
PHEW! I'm 14 and did it with 20 secs remaining
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level 43
Jan 25, 2017
Done with 1:45 left.
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level 54
Feb 28, 2017
It really surprises me that 2% of people did not guess france correctly
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level 49
Mar 1, 2017
3:12 remaining. not sure i can beat that.
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level 51
Mar 1, 2017
why dont you let us put cyprus :(((
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level 47
Mar 4, 2017
100% 0:34 on the clock and im from the US
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level 44
Mar 5, 2017
3:44 left :D
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level 35
Mar 5, 2017
100% with 2:05 to spare
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level 27
Mar 5, 2017
Nice quiz :)
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level 39
Mar 10, 2017
3:58, I'm from denmark and I want to get under 1 minute.
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level 39
Mar 17, 2017
YES! ONE MINUTE BABY
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level 17
Mar 20, 2017
What are the stars for?
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level 49
Mar 22, 2017
It's up there in the title: members of EU
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level 34
Apr 20, 2017
100%
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level 38
Apr 27, 2017
If Cyprus is not considered part of Europe geographically, then why are Malta, United Kingdom, Ireland, Greenland and Iceland? The UK and Ireland and Malta are not geographically connected to Europe (and until this EURO Union thing, you seldom heard of them being lumped together with the European Mainland). As for Greenland, politically it may belong to Denmark but geographically it is closer to the American Continent (Canada to be exact). Iceland seems to be in a Non-man's land, equidistant from both continents.
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level 51
May 18, 2017
By that definition, Oceania doesn't exist, since only Australia is connected to the geographical mainland.
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level 51
Jan 9, 2018
I feel like I should give a more complete answer.

Cyprus is closer to Asia than Europe; thus it makes sense for it to be included as part of Asia. Brits, in particular, have been referring to 'the Continent' (the European mainland) for centuries, which would be rather odd if they could just call it Europe, not being part of it as you claim. Greenland is, indeed, close to Canada...vast uninhabited swaths of Canadian islands and northern land. Meanwhile, it is also not too far from Europe, is part of Denmark, and has been considered part of Europe for hundreds of years. Malta and Ireland have similar reasons to be part of Europe - both are just a few hundred miles at most from the mainland and much further away from other continents. And Iceland is (under the definition that the northern reaches and distant islands of Canada shouldn't really count under the circumstances) much closer to Europe.
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level 77
Mar 28, 2018
Your comment is very confusing. Nobody is saying that Cyprus belongs to no continent because it's an island. They're saying it belongs to Asia.
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level 44
Jul 20, 2017
3.22 left my best so far I think
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level 45
Aug 9, 2017
Damn macedonia!!
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level 62
Sep 3, 2017
3:45 left ...
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level 24
Oct 29, 2017
3:10 and I'm an an infant, naw I'm 13. Gotta get better tho!
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level 26
Jul 13, 2018
3:12 and I'm similar age :)
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level 38
Nov 13, 2017
Kalbahamut: Calling me ignorant does not disguise the fact that you are a loud-mouthed, thin-skinned, self absorbed troll.
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level 80
Nov 22, 2019
Lol nope
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level 12
Nov 29, 2017
gg 100% 2:55 left ayy
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level 33
Dec 3, 2017
Why is Cyprus in the Europe and Asia quiz?
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level 15
Feb 20, 2018
Cyrprus is highly debated when it comes to which continent it is in.
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level 15
Feb 20, 2018
Cyprus*
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level 60
Dec 11, 2017
could easily take 2 minutes off. Even a slow person l like myself has 2 minutes left
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level 33
Dec 19, 2017
Honestly, no one really cares that you got X:XX. Being a quicker typist doesn't allow you to gloat to other people that you can. Yay, you can type the countries of Europe in under 5 minutes. Being able to accomplish this task does not make you any more special than anyone else. It just proves that you have a better ability to type and memorize (Don't get me started on cheating) than other people, or not really since anyone can do it in a few weeks or days and everyone brags about their special ability "to memorize countries" and can do anything with this such minor power. So when you are going to post about your time and percentage, just think, do others really care?
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level 44
Dec 23, 2017
Chill bro, it's all in good fun. No need to get so worked up over it.
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level 50
Dec 23, 2017
3:50, easy game easy life. yes im bragging
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level 43
Jan 8, 2018
3:45 left to go. Awesome Yay
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level 22
Feb 23, 2018
got everything except for bosnia. i don't know why, but i spent like 2 minutes being clueless of what to put lol
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level 37
Mar 7, 2018
i keep typing ukraine and then uk enters and its just raine
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level 37
Mar 7, 2018
4:06 remaining
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level 23
Mar 8, 2018
I took it unlimited and got 100%!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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level 61
Mar 23, 2018
4:16, but I'm going to improve eventually. Satisfying enough though for a 15 year old.
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level 35
Mar 25, 2018
Shame to see Crimea as part of Russia. I think the time is too long as well. But overall good quiz:)
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level 24
Apr 18, 2018
Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia. I need to brush up on remembering post-Soviet countries..
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level 73
Apr 19, 2018
Oh yeah, those Liechtensteiners have great experience with the Soviets
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level 8
Jul 3, 2018
45/45 and 2:58 remain. Proud
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level 21
Jul 24, 2018
2:57 Left
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level 42
Aug 8, 2018
I had 2:21 left
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level 21
Aug 8, 2018
3:24 left
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level 32
Aug 18, 2018
I thought Crimea was still technically Ukraine
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level 32
Aug 18, 2018
3:38
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level 39
Aug 27, 2018
45/45 2:32 remaining
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level 32
Aug 30, 2018
3:38 Remaining! it took 6 Months to get Below 3:40! I can die peacefully now
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level 34
Sep 2, 2018
My question is how the hell 7% of people didn't get Russia? Also 45 with 3:40 remaining. Fun quiz!
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level 69
Sep 2, 2018
The arguments above for including Turkey don't mention that in all in other quizzes on Jetpunk where the issue is relevant, Turkey is included as a country in Europe. So, for consistency it should also be included here. The fact that most of it is in Asia is irrelevant - Russia is also mostly in Asia.
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level 76
Sep 2, 2018
Sure, but the capital of Russia is in Europe. Also, only 5% of Turkey is in Europe, compared to 25% of Russia (and 78% of its population).
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level 82
Sep 3, 2018
Huh? Turkey certainly isn't included in Europe on Jetpunk. Istanbul is quite often, because it is on the European side of that sound, but NOT Turkey as a whole.
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level 59
Sep 3, 2018
why has this test been reset?
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level 75
Sep 3, 2018
Things were slow over the Labor Day weekend and QM thought, "What can I do to restart the endless arguments over Cyprus, Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Narnia?"
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level ∞
Sep 5, 2018
Lol. Actually a mistake on my part.
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level 58
Sep 5, 2018
Why isn't Netherlands included in the EU? The last time I checked, it was definitely a member.
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level ∞
Sep 5, 2018
Fixed
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level 35
Sep 13, 2018
Cyprus? Turkey (at least the European part)?
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level 35
Sep 16, 2018
Turkey yes, Cyprus no
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level 29
Oct 2, 2018
100% with 2:35 spare.
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level 22
Nov 5, 2018
what are the blue stars for?
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level 35
Jan 13, 2019
European Union Countries
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level 35
Dec 18, 2018
100% with 1:40 left. Romania took me two minutes.
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level 25
Jan 4, 2019
100% with 4:12 left.
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level 35
Jan 13, 2019
100 % with 4:03 left
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level 56
Jan 22, 2019
Cyprus and Czech Republic are not in alphabetical order.
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level 32
Feb 1, 2019
I feel bad for the people who cannot guess Russia, France and Italy
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level 30
Feb 2, 2019
About FYROM, North Macedonia from now on please.
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level 47
Feb 5, 2019
After taking this quiz again due to the update, got them all again with 2:38 remaining at 6:45:14 PM on February 5, 2019.
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level 44
Feb 19, 2019
Crimea is part of Ukraine. Legally, technically and politically. Crimea is recognized as part of Russia only by Russia and couple of other countries. Fix this.
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level 77
May 6, 2019
We're aware. Unfortunately Crimea is now a de facto part of Russia, politics aside, and it doesn't seem like they're interested in giving it back.
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level 26
Apr 8, 2019
did the whole quiz with 3:06 remaining :)
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level 30
Jun 14, 2019
3.08 remaining i think the quiz time should be reduced to make it more of a challenge
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level 63
Nov 23, 2019
Just a typing challenge, if you know them you know them, if you dont you dont. If you want typing challenges go to quizzes like type 1-100 in 30 seconds.
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level 28
Jul 20, 2019
This is just what I think is true, but I don’t actually know. So, I’m pretty sure that the U.K. isn’t in the EU anymore. Correct me if I’m wrong.
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level 54
Jul 28, 2019
100% with 1:12 remaning. let's go
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level 17
Oct 21, 2019
2:30 remaining 100%
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level 41
Oct 22, 2019
Ezzzzzzzzz
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level 16
Nov 11, 2019
2:05 left
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level 52
Nov 22, 2019
What is the meaning of the stars in some countries in the list?
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level 66
Nov 22, 2019
Looks like they're members of the European Union, no idea why they've been marked like that.
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level 38
Nov 22, 2019
42. Forgot about Albania, Bulgaria, and Kosovo.
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level 60
Nov 22, 2019
Took me 51 seconds this time - phewwwwww! (This only worked because 'Macedonia' is still accepted - I would have had to retype that otherwise :-)). Cool quiz!
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level 23
Nov 23, 2019
Let's go! 3:23 new record for me.